Author: Bobby Price

  • Get Up!

  • Studying Bible Narratives

    Hey everyone! I have been spending some time working through the process of bible study and writing up some tips and guides on how to study the bible. This particular tip to studying the bible, I find to be extremely valuable to my studies.  “It’s like a movie in my head,” a young man said […]

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  • Life and Judgement

    John 5 is a deep chapter filled with rich material. It begins with Jesus healing a paralyzed man, then Jesus explains his authority and relationship with the Father, then Jesus explains his witnesses that corroborate his claims of who he is. Even though I squeezed out three sermons from this chapter there is still material […]

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  • Direction

    In 1 Samuel 4 the Ark of the Covenant, the most significant artifact to all of Israel and to God at the time, was captured in war by the Philistines. The Philistines must have been excited about it at first because this is humiliation to their enemies and they believed this meant that their god […]

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  • Jesus as My Witness

  • Stop, Look, and Listen

    Here I want to give you some thoughts from Luke 9:28-36. The passage is about the transfiguration where Peter witnesses Jesus in a glorious appearance with Moses and Elijah. Moses and Elijah are the most notable prophets in the Old Testament; Moses brought the Law of Moses, contained in Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Elijah […]

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  • Father And Son

    This was a Father’s Day sermon centered on the relationship between Jesus the Son and God the Father.

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  • Judgement and Life

    Last month I was able to preach three sermons out of John 5 with rich material left untouched. It begins with Jesus healing a paralyzed man, then Jesus explains his authority and relationship with the Father, then Jesus explains his witnesses that corroborate his claims of who he is. Even though I will squeeze out […]

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  • Who Loves More?

  • Straight Ahead

    In 1 Samuel 4 the Ark of the Covenant, the most significant artifact to all of Israel and to God at the time, was captured in war by the Philistines. The Philistines must have been excited about it at first because this is humiliation to their enemies and they believed this meant that their god […]

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